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AGO Opinions with Topic: EXTENSION OF TIME BEYOND SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY
AGO 1953 No. 72 >  June 24, 1953
OFFICERS - PUBLIC EMPLOYEES - RETIREMENT - EXTENSION OF TIME BEYOND SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY - EFFECT
OFFICERS ‑- PUBLIC EMPLOYEES ‑- RETIREMENT ‑- EXTENSION OF TIME BEYOND SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY ‑- EFFECT 1. State employees retirement.  Extension of service of an employee passed 70 years of age is effective beyond April 1, 1953, not withstanding the passage of chapter 200, Laws of 1953. 2. Such extension entitles the employee to continue to be a fully contributing member and qualify for further benefits under the retirement act. 3. Section 21, chapter 200, Laws of 1953 has no effect upon the rights of such employee to continue in service and to continue to be a fully contributing member of the retirement system.
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